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PM condolence to young Raghavendran loss in Brussels attack

PM condolence to young Raghavendran loss in Brussels attack

The 30-year-old Infosys employee Raghavendran Ganeshan who went missing after Brussels terror attack on Tuesday is confirmed dead by Indian ambassador.

He was working for Infosys at Belgium for four years. He went missing after suicide bombers attack on March 22nd. His body was found in train at Molenbeek station and identified by Belgian authorities. Belgian authorities handed over his body to his family at Belgium. His body was brought back to India by his family.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid condolence to his family member for loss of Raghavendran.

Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj first announced about his demise on the social media page and shared condolence to his family members.

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Last Tuesday there was attack on the Belgium airport and also in city metro that killed 35 people and nearly 300 were injured. The attack was claimed by the Islamic state terror group. Several victims belongs to various countries that include UK, Italy, Sweden, US, German and France.

There were 2 suicide bombers who blew themselves in airport and one suicide bomber in metro train where unfortunately Raghavendran Ganeshan was also in the compartment. Infosys Company shared their grief of losing a good employee. They said it is a great loss for their company.

PM condolence to young Raghavendran loss in Brussels attack

PM condolence to young Raghavendran loss in Brussels attack

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